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Coming up on News 7-
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Three people are dead in Colorado, after part of an Interstate bridge collasped. It wasn't Iraq, but V-M-I that was the focus today for one U-S military leader. And some hospital workers in Utah give new meaning to the term bed-ridden.
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Plus showers are in store for Sunday. News 7 is next.

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One of the top military officials speaks briefly about the Iraqi prison abuse controversy at a college graduation in our area.
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

[VMI-Graduation]


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It was an exciting day in Lexington, as the 162nd class graduated from the Virginia Military Institute. A day made more memorable by a visit from the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Jennifer Wishon reports.
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Patriotic Spirit was high at the Virginia Military Institute Saturday. Thousands of people packed Cameron Hall to watch nearly 250 cadets graduate and hear first hand from President Bush's top military advisor - General Richard Myers.
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The Chairman's visit came just hours after returning from Iraq - where he met with American troops. Reluctant to discuss the abuse of Iraqi prisoners at the hands of Americans - Myers says he has complete confidence in America's military men and women who are still working in hostile conditions.
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((General Myers))
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Myers says VMI's graduates will undoubtedly face challenging times as the U-S continues to fight terrorism, but reminded them they don't have to wear a uniform to make America strong.
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((General Myers))
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((Jennifer Wishon/jwishon@wdbj7.com))
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Cooper is one of about 120 cadets being commissioned into the Armed Forces - some of which will soon find themselves actively fighting under General Myers' command. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Lexington.))

[G8-Iraq]


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Secretary of State Colin Powell reaffirmed statements *that the U-S would leave* if asked to by the Iraqi interim government.
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The statement came today as Powell met with the Group of Eight to discuss the handover of power in Iraq on June 30th.


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((TO MAKE SURE I'M NOT DUCKING THE HYPOTHETICAL HERE AND CAUSING ANY CONFUSION. WERE THIS INTERIM GOVERNMENT TO SAY TO US, " WE REALLY THINK WE CAN HANDLE THIS ON OUR OWN, IT WOULD BE BETTER FOR YOU TO LEAVE." WE WOULD LEAVE.))
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Powell was also trying to gain support on the draft of a new U-N Security Council resolution that would recognize the new Iraqi government. Under the agreement, the U-S picked interim government will continue to control security forces. A 30-member interim government -- to be selected by the United Nations and United States -- will run ministries, conduct foreign policy and control oil revenues -- but will NOT make laws in the lead-up to elections next year.
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[Iraq]


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Coalition forces in Iraq have been resructured, creating a new headquarters to handle operations, and another to handle insurgents. And fighting in two of Iraq's holiest cities continues. Scott Rapoport has more.
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((SOME OF THE MOST SACRED GROUNDS IN IRAQ ARE NOW THE SITES OF FIERCE BATTLES - WITH INSURGENTS ATTACKING U-S LE�D COALITION FORCES IN THE HOLY CITY OF KERBALA. U-S TANKS SIT JUST OUTSIDE THE MOSQUE COMPLEX WHERE GUERILLA FIGHTERS LOYAL TO MOQTADA AL-SADR ARE NOT BACKING OFF - DESPITE GROWING CASUALTIES. THE U-S SAYS SADR HAS ONLY ONE CHOICE:
SUPER: Dan Senor/Coalition spokesmanSOT: Sadr must face justice - must disband and disarm militia

SADR HAS GIVEN CONTRADICTORY STATEMENTS IN THE PAST WEEK - SAYING HE WOULD BOW TO PRESSURE FROM SHI-ITE RELIGIOUS LEADERS - LATER SAYING HE WOULD NOT. (NAT) NEARBY IN SADR CITY - AN EMOTIONALLY CHARGED FUNERAL WAS HELD FOR TWO MILITIAMEN KILLED OVERNIGHT -
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IN BAGHDADTHE U-S MILITARY BEGAN REORGANIZING ITS COMMAND STRUCTURE IN IRAQ. A NEW HEADQUARTERS WILL BE ESTABLISHED WITH BROAD RESPONSIBILITY FOR OPERATIONS - INCLUDING THE TRAINING OF IRAQI SOLDIERS. A SEPARATE HEAQUARTERS WILL FOCUS ON FIGHTING INSURGENTS. Lt. Gen. Thomas F Metz, commander of Multinational Force Corps Iraq "We will aggressively press the fight against any one trying to keep the people of Iraq from determining their own destiny BUT IRAQIS IN SUPPORT OF A NEW GOVERNMENT CAME UNDER ATTACK. IN THE NORTHERN CITY OF MOSUL GUERILLAS FIRED A MORTRE INTO AN IRAQI ARMY RECRUITING CENTER KILLING AT LEAST FOUR AND INJURING MORE THAN A DOZEN. WITH THE WORLD STILL REELING FROM EXPOSED PRISONER ABUSES BY AMERICAN SOLDIERS, SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL IS ON A PUBLIC RELATIONS MISSION IN THE MIDDLE EAST. SPEAKING AT THE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM, POWELL SAID THE WORLD WILL SEE AMERICAN DEMOCRACY IN ACTION: Super: I can tell you straight from the heart we will deal with this - we will see that justice is done. The first soldier in the Iraqi prisoner abuse scandal will stand trial this Wednesday. Specialist Jeremy Sivits is expected to plead guilty. Scott Rapoport, CBS News))

[Student-Death]


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A William Byrd Middle School student died yesterday after collapsing during a physical education class.
The eighth grader apparently collapsed while running on the school's track. The assistant principal and another person administered CPR until rescue crews arrived. The boy was taken to Roanoke Community Hospital where he died.
School officials are not releasing the boy's name.
Officials say the boy suffered from a medical condition, but declined to elaborate -- except to say that the condition did NOT keep him from participating in athletics.

[Graham-Fall]


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Evangelist Billy Grahamis hospitalized after a fall at his home.
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A statement on Graham's web site says Graham was admitted for evaluation and treatment of injuries from a fall he suffered yesterday. Graham had been at home recovering from a partial hip replacement surgery performed in January. His orthopedic surgeon said Graham is in stable condition and that preliminary tests indicated a possible hairline fracture to the pelvis. Further tests will determine the extent of his injuries, and the time needed for recovery.
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Still ahead on the newscast, one big city sheriff is considering blocking all cell phone calls to help prevent terrorist attacks...
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and a bizarre accident in Colorado leaves three people dead, and investigators looking for answers.
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[Sports-Preview]


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[OUT Qin sports.] ((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, short trackin in Richmond and topping 220 at Indy. Plus, Smarty leaves the Preakness field Jonesin, and the Avs go at it with Wilmington. Plus playoff hoops and pucks on the way in sports.))

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Cell phones are proven life-savers, but they've also been used in deadly terrorist attacks, like in Madrid, when they were tied to explosives.
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Now the sheriff of Los Angeles is trying to devise a plan to counter the danger. He wants to use cell phone jamming equipment at potential targets like the airport and sporting events.
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(( AND I THINK IT IS CRITICAL IN THE STRATEGY OF FIGHTING TERRORISM TO TAKE AWAY THESE TOOLS OF OPPORTUNITY. ))
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Baca was inspired on a trip to Pakistan, when its president averted an assasination with a cell phone jammer. The Secret Service also jams cell phones whenever the president travels. But not everyone thinks jamming cell phones is a good idea -- it would also block emergency responders. Officials say before any jamming could take effect, it would have to be approved by the President.
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Crews are still on the scene of an accident on Interstate-70 in Colorado, after part of a bridge under construction collapses onto a passing car, killing three people. Patricia Lopez has more on the investigation.
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Still ahead on the newscast, we'll show you some rare kittens that are lighting up one zoo...
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and these gurneys are going fast, as hospital employees get to show off some skills at a faster pace than usual.
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[Dorsey-Benefit]


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A group of bikers revved up their engines to help a friend today.
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Nearly a hundred bikers gathered at Glenn Maury Park in Buena Vista before heading out on a poker run. It's all in an effort to help Dylan Dorsey - a natural bridge boy who fell ill with a mysterious disease nine months ago.
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When Dylan returned home from the hospital the end of February about 500 motorcycles escorted him from Charlottesville to Natural Bridge. Since then it's been a rocky road and his family has incurred thousands of dollars in medical bills.
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((RICK DORSEY: THE FIRST TIME HE CAME BACK HE WAS HOME A WEEK BEFORE HE HAD TO GO BACK TO THE HOSPITAL... HEAD BACK AND FORTH AND CLAPS HIS HANDS.))
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The Dorsey benefit continued into the night at Glenn Maury Park with a number of bands, a bike- show and plenty of food.

[Grandin-5k]


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More than a hundred runners ran five kilometers to raise money today for a mission trip.
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Its the first year the Grandin Court Baptist Church hosted the Grandin 5-K and runners made their way through Roanoke's parks and city streets. They managed to raise two thousand dollars for their annual mission trip.
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((I AM A FIRM BELIEVER IN HANDS ON MISSION PROJECTS AND THESE GUYS GOING AND DOING STUFF IN COMMUNITIES OTHER THAN OUR ONW IS VERY IMPORTANT. THEY DO A LOT OF WORK HERE IN OUR COMMUNTY THROUGH THE RESCUE MISSION AND OTHER PROJECTS. BUT THEM GETTING AWAY BY THEMSELVES INTERNALLY AS WELL AS DOING SOMETHING POSITVE FOR OTHER PEOPLE IS A GREAT THING FOR THEM TO DO.))
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Meadows says he hopes next years race will be much bigger and have even more community involvment.
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[Paltrow-Baby]


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"It's a girl" for Hollywood star Gwyneth Paltrow.
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A spokesman for Paltrow says the actress gave birth to her first child yesterday, following a long labour at a London hospital. Paltrow and her British husband, Chris Martin, the lead singer of the band Coldplay, said they were ecstatic about the birth, and were quote "900-miles over the moon." The couple named the baby Apple Blythe Alison Martin. She weighed NINE-pounds and ELEVEN ounces. Both mother and baby are said to be doing well.
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[Pallas-Cats]


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One zoo in Japan is showing off its latest success: a rare pair of Pallas Cat kittens.
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The keepers had first heard one of the kittens meow earlier last month and confirmed the zoo's first birth of Pallas kittens. But due to the cats' nervous disposition, the keepers were forced to keep their distance until now. Formerly widely hunted for their beautiful stripped fur, they remain endangered in their natural habitat due to secondary poisoning from rat traps and pesticides. If these felines look familiar, you may recall the Mill Mountain Zoo showed off it's Pallas cat in March. They hope to START their breeding program this year.
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Coming up, Smarty Jones takes another step towards the Triple Crown, we'll go racing under the lights in the state capital, plus Avs and Scott Robertson highlights. But first tonight's extra point,
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Time trials are underway at the Brickyard for the May 30th Indy 500. And Buddy Rice, driving a car owned by Bobby Rahal has the top spot. Rice turned in a 4 lap average just a shade over 222 miles per hour.
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New pavement at the Richmond International Raceway was sure to make tonight's Chevy 400 fast, but the drivers were concerned that a single racing groove would make for some monotony.
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There wasn't much of that though after some rubber got laid down on the new asphalt. Jeff Green started third, but didn't finish near the front after this run in with Kasey Kahne. Green found the wall and the garage less than a hundred laps in.
Jeff Burton traded some paint with Kahne's teammate Jeremy Mayfield, and then lost his Ford thru the frontstretch grass.
A little later, Jamie McMurray and last year's race winner Joe Nemechek did the double back into the wall.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. led the final 54 laps and went more than 100 laps at the end on old tires, pulling away from Jimmie Johnson to win by nearly 3 seconds. It's Junior's third win this season and second ever at Richmond.
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[S-Preakness]


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For the second straight year, a horse still has a shot at the Triple Crown after the first two legs. Kentucky Derby winner Smarty Jones ran away from the field in today's Preakness Stakes winning by nearly 12 lengths. Here's a listen to the stretch run from Pimilico.
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Rock Hard Ten was second and Eddington third.
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[S-Scott]


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The 15-18 year old boys division of the Scott Robertson Memorial Golf Tournament will feature two players accustomed to the spotlight in the final groupings on Sunday-- Jared Texter who lost last year's tourney in a one hole playoff, and Webb Simpson, the 2002 Robertson champ.
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Simpson who's bound for Wake Forest knocks in the short birdie effort here on the back side.
He fired a second straight 67 for a total of 134.
One shot back is John Curran who carded a 68 this afternoon.
Texter is two shots off the pace after a 68 of his own.
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In the girls 15-18 year old division, Marika Lendl, the daughter of tennis great Ivan Lendl is locked in a tie with first round leader Emma Cabrera Bello. Lendl shot 65 today while Cabrera Bello tallied a 68. Both golfers have a two day total of 134.

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The Salem Avalanche fell a little further behind division leading Kinston in the Carolina League standings tonight losing to Wilmington at Salem Memorial.
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The Blue Rocks broke open a scoreless tie in the 5th with three runs in the inning. Damaso Espino plates two with this base hit to right field. JD Alleva and Mel Stocker cross the dish for Wilmington.
[SUPER=37-Wilmington/7/Salem/1/;]

Salem managed but 6 hits in this one and only a single run coming in the ninth. Wilmington won it 7 to 1.
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[S-NBA]


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On the NBA playoff hardwood, the Spurs and Lakers are underway out west in Game 6, while Indiana is on the verge of the Eastern Conference Finals.
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[SUPER=03-Indianapolis, IN/TNT; :00]


The Pacers were back at home tonight against the Heat. Jermaine O'Neal did his part for Rick Carlisle's bunch by scoring 22 points. Indiana takes a 3 games to 2 lead beating Miami 94 to 83.
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[S-NHL]


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We finish on the ice where Philadelphia has evened up the Eastern Conference Finals with Tampa Bay at 2 games apiece.
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[SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA/ABC Sports; :00]


Keith Primeau assisted on the Flyers first goal of the afternoon and then late in the second period he put in this slapshot past Nicolai Khabibulin.
[SUPER=31-Tampa Bay/2/Philadelphia/3/;]

The Flyers beat the Lightning 3 to 2 as the series heads back to Tampa.
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[Bed-Races]


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If a person is bed-ridden, that means he or she can't get out of bed.
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[SUPER=03-West Valley City, UT;]

But, for some folks in Utah, the term literally means riding on a bed. Groups of employees from three different hospitals in the Salt Lake City area got together for a little friendly competition, in the form of hospital bed races. The hospital workers loaded a person onto a bed and then raced them around a parking lot to see who could race the fastest. The winner was handed the coveted "Golden Bed Pan Award" -- and will get to host next year's races.
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