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Coming up on News 7-
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An accident in Roanoke ties up traffic and sends one person to the hospital. The family of a man shot to death by Pittsylvania County deputies speak out. And a not-so popular lunch meat in the U-S is the newest craze overseas.
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]

Plus it's the end of the road to the final four. News 7 is next.

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A southside family grieves the loss of a family member shot and killed by a Pittsylvania County Sheriff's deputy.
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((CHRYSTAL SMITH/CARTER'S NIECE: I FEEL THAT ALL OF THIS COULD HAVE BEEN AVOIDED IF THE SECOND OFFICER COULD HAVE DONE HIS JOB INSTEAD OF, I GUESS, HE WAS PANICKING.))
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

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Authorities were called to the home of 51- year- old Allen Lee Carter yesterday afternoon for a domestic dispute.

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[TAKE MAP FS] Deputies found Carter in his back yard off Whispering Pines Road in Axton where they say he pulled a knife and acted aggressively towards them. The officers sprayed Carter with pepper spray, but say he continued to approach them. One of the deputies then shot and killed Carter.
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Jennifer Wishon spoke with Allen Lee Carter's niece today, who witnessed the shooting and believes the whole incident could have been prevented.
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((The Carter family was enjoying the Spring time weather Saturday afternoon when they say Allen Lee Carter got agitated and threatened his brother with a knife.
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((CHRYSTAL SMITH: I'M THE ONE WHO CALLED 911. Reporter: And what did you tell them? I EXPLAINED TO THE WOMAN THAT I SPOKE TO... I COULDN'T GET THE ADDRESS CORRECT BECAUSE I WAS NERVOUS AND I TOLD HER HE WAS MENTALLY ILL.))
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Smith says her uncle was schizophrenic, but refused to take medication despite the family's requests. Officers had been called to calm Carter down multiple times before, but Smith says force was never required. When the deputies arrived on Saturday, Smith says one stayed a distance behind while the other tried to talk to Carter and eventually shot him multiple times. She believes that if both officers had worked together her uncle may still be alive.
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((CHRYSTAL SMITH: I PUT MYSELF IN HIS POSITION BECAUSE HE WAS PROBABLY NERVOUS TOO BECAUSE I KNOW I WOULD HAVE BEEN, BUT LIKE I SAID, ALL THIS COULD HAVE BEEN AVOIDED IF THE OTHER COP WOULD HAVE DONE WHAT HE WAS SUPPOSED TO DO.))
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((JERRY FONTAINE: YOU WOULD THINK THAT AN OFFICER WOULD HAVE A LITTLE MORE PROFESSIONALISM TO DE-ESCALATE A SITUATION IN TERMS OF DEALING WITH SOMEONE WHO HAS A MENTAL OR SCHIZOPHRENIC BACKGROUND.))
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Both deputies, who's names have not yet been released, have been placed on administrative leave with pay. State Police are investigating the shooting. Pittsylvania County officials declined to comment.
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((Jennifer Wishon/jwishon@wdbj7.com))
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A Craig County man died early this morning after a fight. Authorities say 49 year old Stanley Ray Crawford suffered "severe head injuries" during an altercation around midnight. He died shortly after five this morning at Roanoke Memorial Hospital. 32 year old Jay Gallimore of New Castle was arrested and charged with malicious wounding. He's being held at the Botetourt County Jail under NO bond. The Commonwealth's Attorney will review the case, and could file more charges.

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One person was taken to the hospital after an accident this evening on Interstate 581.
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According to witnesses, shortly after nine o'clock the driver of this car was trying to merge into the right hand lane near Valley View when they lost control and went into a skid. The vehicle ended up UNDER a tractor trailer, and traffic quickly backed up on the interstate. One woman was taken to the hospital for injuries. No word on her condition.
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A man was sent to the hospital after an accident this morning in Vinton.
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Police say a 90-year-old man was backing into a garage around 11-thirty this morning. According to police, the man thought he had put the car in park, but it was actually in reverse. The car then went down a bank, over a rock retaining wall, and hit an apartment building. The man was treated for minor injuries. No charges have been filed.
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[Church-Anniversary]


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Today marked a major milestone for one local church.
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Cave Spring United Methodist Church celebrated its 150th anniversary today. The church originally began in the building which now houses the Honeytree Learning Center. It moved to its current location in the 1950s, and has been growing ever since.
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((BOB MCADEN, FORMER PREACHER: THE FOCUS IS THE SAME- TO GET PEOPLE TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO FOLLOW CHRIST. SO THE COMMUNITY CHANGES, PASTORS COME AND GO, MEMBERS HERE DIE OR MOVE AWAY, BUT THE PURPOSE AND THE FOCUS OF THE CHURCH REMAINS THE SAME.))
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[OUT Q=.. THE SAME.]
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As part of a yearlong celebration, the church hosted six former pastors and even portrayed how parishioners may have acted in 1854.
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[D-Day-Plaques]


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The D-Day Memorial in Bedford has come up with another way to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
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Since last Memorial Day, the D-Day Foundation has been working to put up plagues as part of its Memorial Wall.
On it, lists the names of those who died on D-Day.
The wall will eventually contain 46-hundred names, 25-hundred of which are Americans.
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((JOE BANNER/D-DAY MEMORIAL FOUNDATION: OUR MEMORIAL PLAQUE PROJECT IS EXCITING SINCE IT IS THE ONLY MEMORIAL IN THE WORLD TO A COMPLIED AND STUDY AND DISPLAYED THE NAMES OF THOSE SOLDIERS, SAILORS, AND AIRMAN KILLED ON D-DAY.))
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Currently, there are 112 plaques mounted.
The Foundation hopes to raise enough money to put up 232 plaques.
Each one costs 5-thousand dollars and it's completely being paid for through donations.
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Still to come on the newscast, The White House is going on the offensive, saying a whistle-blower is out of line about terrorism...
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and also, it's a sign of spring in the nation's capital, as the cherry trees start to blossom.
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[Terror-Accusation]

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National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice is on the defense again -- saying she won't testify publicly about Nine Eleven. On 60 Minutes tonight, Rice also said the Bush administration could not have done more to fight terrorism. Teri Okita has the story.
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Clarke contradicts himself... Which - in turn - led Presidential opponent, Senator John Kerry, to criticize the one person even the White house says could clear up any confusion...
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If Condoleezza Rice can find time to do 60 minutes on television before the American people, she ought to find sixty minutes to speak to the commission under oath. Rummy stake out: I wish she could testify she'd make a great witness Leading Rice finally, to round two of the "60 Minutes" interviews. Last week - Richard Clarke - the former counter terrorism advisor to President Bush - bashed the administration's competency.
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Clarke accused Bush of downplaying warning signs of an al Qaeda attack first, during a 60 minutes interview, then in his new book AND on Wednessay here in Washington - before the September 11th Commission investigating the attacks. National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice has appeared privately before the panel. Sunday - Rice got the chance to counter Clarke's accusations on CBS. Super Courtesy: 60 Minutes
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e plan against al-Qaeda but we weren't sitting still. Although Rice is talking nationally... she will not talk publicly, under oath, before the independent commission. Super Courtesy: 60 Minutes
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Some Republicans believe the perception that Rice is not cooperating is undermining the President's credibility. The commission is expected to release their final report on the 9-11 panel findings this summer. Teri Okita, CBS News.))


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A quarter century after the country's worst nuclear accident, protesters still say not enough has been done to protect civilians in case of a nuclear meltdown.
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Dozens of anti-nuclear activists gathered in central Pennsylvania this morning to mark the anniversary of the accident at the Three Mile Island nuclear plant.
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On the morning of March 28th, 1979, the reactor core melted down and touched off five days of fear that the reactor near Harrisburg might unleash tons of radioactivity -- and perhaps even explode. Government officials say the incident sparked changes in fire protection, building isolation, and the ability of a plant to shut down automatically.
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Up next on the newscast, we'll get a preview of a film festival that is going to light up the screen next weekend...
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and also, the Monty Python crew would be proud, as a restaurant opens that specializes in one of the world's most maligned meats.
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[Film-Festival]


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[*****ANCHOR TAG*****]
Award winning actors, independent films, and one home- grown ghost. Those are just a few things to come at next weekend's Blue Ridge Southwest Virginia Film Festival. Jennifer Wishon offers a sneak peak.
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(( The Blue Ridge Southwest Virginia Vision Film Festival is back for an encore performance with a variety of film genres showing soon at a theater near you.
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((SANDRA EUBANK: WE'VE GOT SO MANY YOUNG PRODUCERS AND DIRECTORS THAT THEY HAVE SO MUCH TALENT AND THE FILM FESTIVAL GIVES THEM THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET THEIR WORK OUT THERE AND THAT'S WHAT FILM FESTIVALS ARE ALL ABOUT SO THAT WE CAN CULTIVATE THAT TALENT.))
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The three day festival will showcase films shot in Virginia or made by home- grown talent and is attracting award winning actors like Patricia Neal and Mickey Rooney. Just a beginner? Seasoned film- makers will be sharing tricks of the trade through workshops. Writer- director and Richmond native Paul Moore offers pre- festival advice.
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((PAUL MOORE: PUT PEN TO PAPER. WRITE IT. IT'S MOST IMPORTANT NOT TO SPEND ALL THE TIME IN YOUR HEAD. IF YOU PUT THINGS ON PAPER TO WORK THEM OUT, TO SEE WHAT IS WORKING AND WHAT ISN'T WORKING.))
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Moore along with Producer Scot Tanner are awaiting the premiere of their latest film "Dark Harvest." It's a horror that was shot in West Virginia, after mother nature kicked the crew out of the Commonwealth.
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((SCOT TANNER: WE THOUGHT WE HAD A FEW PLACES THAT WERE GOING TO HAVE CORN, IT WAS ALL SET UP. WITH THE DROUGHT THERE WAS NO CORN LEFT SO WE SEARCHED THE WHOLE STATE FOR CORN AND IT JUST WASN'T HAPPENING- IT WAS JUST TUMBLEWEED BLOWING BY SO WE ENDED UP HAVING TO GO TO WEST VIRGINIA TO SHOOT IT.))
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Roanoke native Bootie Chewning plays a spirited role in the film.
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((BOOTIE CHEWNING: I HAD A BALL PLAYING MAGGIE. [COVER HERE WITH PICTURES] WE SHOT ALL NIGHT AND THEY PUT THE GLUE ON MY FACE - ELMER'S GLUE AND CRACKED MY FACE AND THEN PUT MUD ALL OVER ME AND ALL OVER MY HANDS. [END COVER HERE] IT WAS A VERY HOT SUMMER NIGHT AND SO THEN WE'D HAVE TO GO BACK INSIDE AND SIT IN FRONT OF THE FAN AND LET IT BLOW ON ME SO THAT MY FACE WOULDN'T MELT ALL THE WAY DOWN.))
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The film has already been picked up by Artisan Entertainment and will be distributed nationwide on video and dvd April 20th. Tanner and Moore plan to make another film together soon... one that won't be dependent upon the rain. Jennifer Wishon, News 7.))
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[TAKE PHONE# FS #8704]

For more information or to order tickets to the Vision Film Festival you can call 540-562-1713.
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It's the unofficial sign of spring in the nation's capital this weekend.
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Today, the 92nd annual Cherry Blossom Festival kicked off. The festival commemorates the gift of three-thousand cherry trees from the mayor of Tokyo to the city of Washington in 1912, and still represents friendship.
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((ANTHONY WILLIAMS/D.C. MAYOR--THE VERY IMPORTANT PART OF THE CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL TO ME IS THAT, VERY SIMPLY, IT'S TWO PEOPLE COMING TOGETHER AND JUST SAYING, 'HI.' JUST SAYING WE WANT TO WORK TOGETHER, WE WANT TO BE FRIENDS WITH ONE ANOTHER, AND AS WE EXTEND OUR HAND IN FRIENDSHIP, BRING PEOPLE TO OUR CITY))
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U-S and Japan dignataries used the festival to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the signing of the treaty that established diplomatic relations between the two countries.
The trees are predicted to hit their peak between April 2nd and April 4th.
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Coming up, the Final Four will have a definite ACC flavor, the Express wins again, and Kurt Busch makes history at Bristol, but first tonight's extra point,
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Wayne Gretzky, the Great One took in some Cactus League action today between the A's and the Cubs. The Cubbies scored 3 times in the fifth inning off of Barry Zito and held on for the 3-2 win. Opening day is just a week away.
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The Duke Blue Devils are headed back to the Final Four for the 10th time in the last 18 years after beating Xavier in today's regional final in Atlanta.
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The Dukies are the only number one seed to reach San Antonio.
This one was tight throughout, but Luol Deng came up with a huge offensive rebound in the closing minutes and found JJ Redick who stroked a big three to put Duke ahead to stay. Redick scored 13 points on the day.
Deng then got another offensive board and tip on Duke's next possession, two of his 19 points.
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The Blue Devils won it 66 to 63 and will get UCONN in the national semifinals.
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One of the few teams to beat Duke this season will join them in Texas next week. Georgia Tech outlasted Kansas today in Saint Louis.
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The Yellow Jackets went most of the way without leading scorer BJ Elder who was out with a sore ankle.
But Jarrett Jack was phenomenal. He poured in 29 points to lead all scorers, including these two down the lane with some help from the iron.
Kansas didn't go without a fight. JR Giddens nailed a trey with 15 seconds left to force overtime.
In the extra frame, Will Bynum hit a big bomb of his own.
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Georgia Tech is back in the Final Four for the first time since 1990, winning 79 to 71.
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The Roanoke Express remained unbeaten in the last 12 games, picking up its 6th consecutive victory today over Augusta at the Roundhouse. The win leaves Roanoke firmly in the middle of the playoff hunt with two games to play.
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The gloves were off again today as the Express played with quite the sense of urgency.
It was 2-all in the first before Joe Dusbabek puts home the rebound of the Josh Barker miss to give the Express the lead for good.
A little later, Andrew McPherson was just trying to clear the puck, but it went right off the loose stick to Dan Carlson who put in the easy tally in front for a 4-2 cushion.
The Express kept on coming. First Rob Snowball puts home this score to make it 6-3 Roanoke.
And just for good measure, McPherson picked up his 17th goal of the year as the Express
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won it 7 to 4 over Augusta. Roanoke wraps up with Charlotte and Greenville on Friday and Saturday.
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Kurt Busch made history today joining Fred Lorenzen, Cale Yarborough and Darrell Waltrip as the only drivers to win 3 straight races on the high banks of Bristol Motor Speedway.
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Kasey Kahne's recent run of good luck ran out today. He was taken out early in the race by Jamie McMurray, and recorded his worst finish of the year in 40th.
Ricky Rudd didn't fare much better, smacking the wall in turn 2, and then bouncing off of Casey Mears. Rudd was 37th.
Late in the race, Dale Jarrett brought out the 11th and final caution, setting up a two lap shootout to the finish.
Busch held off the car of nine time Bristol winner Rusty Wallace for the win, while Matt Kenseth slipped under McMurray for 5th. McMurray didn't appreciate the move and retaliated following the checkers. Expect some fines for that move. But Busch was the man of the hour with his 4th win in the last 5 Bristol events.
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[Spam-Restaurant]


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You can say what you want about canned lunch meat, but over in the Phillipines, folks are getting it "to go."
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[SUPER=03-Manila, Phillipines;]

A new restaurant catered to Spam lovers is said to attract 300-customers a day. First founded during World War two by Hormel, Spam is often ridiculed by Americans, but in the Philipines, nearly three-million pounds of it is consumed each year.
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[IN Q=I figured]

((PHILIP ABADILA/"SPAM JAM" RESTAURANT OWNER: I FIGURED SINCE THERE'S SUCH A BIG MARKET FOR SPAM HERE IN THE PHILIPPINES, MAYBE A RESTAURANT SERVING ALL SPAM WILL BE SOMETHING THAT WILL BE WELCOMED BY A LOT OF FILIPINOS AND IT PROVED RIGHT."))
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Abadila already has plans to open two more branches. Some of the menu items include: spamburgers, spamnuggets, spam spaghetti, caesar salad with spam, and spam and eggs.


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